Study well: Improve your study skills
Equip yourself to excel at George Brown. Many students find it’s an adjustment to study at a college level – particularly if they have been out of school. Learning how to study properly will help you perform better on tests and save you time.
Work well: Learn how to be job-ready
Today’s workplace requires life skills which are often referred to as soft skills or people skills.
Find out how to:
Live well: Learn how to thrive
George Brown College is a caring community that supports the wellbeing of every student. Services like our Therapy Dog visits, Meditation and Colour Therapy bring calm to our students in ways we’ve never seen before. Learn how to:
Related College Services:
Tutoring and Accessible Learning Services
George Brown College also offers additional services to support students in their studies. Learn more about the Tutoring and Learning Centre (TLC) or our Accessible Learning Services:
If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, talking to one of our counsellors can help. Counselling is confidential and students are welcome to explore both academic and non-academic issues. The counselling office provides fast service (usually within two business days of scheduling).
Healthy Campus Initiative
Mental health is as important to our well-being as our physical health – and the two often overlap. George Brown College’s Healthy Campus Initiative aims to support all students through all stages of their college experience.
Find out more about our four ways to thrive at George Brown College.
George Brown Career Services
For guidance on choosing a career or your career plan, meet with a Career Adviser at your campus.